They Love Each Other
Looks Like Rain
Deal % Playing In The Band
Sugar Magnolia ->
Eyes Of The World ->
Wharf Rat ->
Good Lovin' ->
Samson And Delilah % Scarlet Begonias % Around And Around % Help On The Way ->
Not Fade Away ->
One More Saturday Night
Uncle John's Band ->
And We Bid You Good Night
August 13, 2017 Subject:
"And LORD have mercy on us crazies down here"
1-Promised and Bertha both sweet and upbeat
Good separation on the instruments
They rock the DEAL real hard
It doesn't sound like Donna was on for the whole set but she is sweet and spicy for the last three numbers.
Good 1st set with an old fashioned extended PITB closer
which features the band jamming it's collective butt off.
2-Sugar Magnolia>EYES>Wharf Rat-
(Good Way to get New Years off to a proper start.)
during the micro drums you can hear the band agree on GOOD LOVIN' and then the most fluid segue into SAMSON --CHECK out Track #13 *****GD
Scarlet Begonias deep & sublime in Set Two.
Around is fun but always made me a little nervous that it might be close to curtain time.
No such issue this night and it sizzles!!
I dig that HELP intro--every time-every freakin time.
Help>Slip (but not the Franklin's)
The jam in Slipknot is pretty thorough-- almost works its way into Blues For Allah territory. Jerry and Phil are relentless and Bob and Keith are working the edges.
My take is they jam the Slipknot so far out that they missed the Franklin's exit.
(NOT FADE might be one of the few tunes from the PIG era that just kept sparkin' right up until the Brent era.)
Oh my that last two minutes of NFA is honey,
Weir and DJG!!!
(Dew pretty rare in 76)
Best sound recording of DEW for the year.
A true DEW meltdown to close.
e) Sat Night>Uncle John's>GoodNight
[had to switch to audience for last two songs]
-First UJB since Oct 74
-Last Bid You Goodnight since Oct 74
Next BYG not until New Years 78
this is pretty easily the best show of 76-IMHO
How does anyone have enough balls to name a performance hall -The COW PALACE.
as in "Baby, I am taking you to the Cow Palace tonight!"
anyway, were there cattle barons, ranchers and cowboys in Daly City, California?